Lesson 22 - Audio/Video Player in C# and WPF - Finishing
In the previous lesson, Audio/Video Player in C# and WPF - New Features, we added new functionality to our WPF audio/video player. We also tried to play both video and audio files, and made it handle image files too. We could end by now. Today's lesson is kind of a bonus, so if you aren't impressed by the player, you can skip it, even it contains at least a few interesting techniques. If you like the player, then it'd be a pity not t
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